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Your eyes are the windows to your age. Studies show that people, when determining the age of a new acquaintance, subconsciously look to the eye area for guidance. There are various ways in which to help your eyes look brighter and more youthful, even fighting the signs of a lack of sleep once in a while. This is not meant to replace healthy habits like drinking lots of fluids to stay hydrated and keeping out of the sun, all of which will help boost healthy skin and eye appearance.
After 40, the skin starts to thin and lose elasticity. This can make you look tired and allow blood vessels to show through, further heightening discolouration. Concealer is women’s secret weapon, as it lightens dark circles and provides lids with the appearance of a lift, while also helping to brighten the face. Use a good quality concealer that complements your skin tone, and that will still allow your face and skin to breathe.
Cucumbers, a tried-and-tested eye treatment for generations. The next time you are in the bath, cup a few slices over your eyes while soaking life’s stresses away. It is guaranteed to leave you looking refreshed and rejuvenated with the minimal of hassle. Another way in which to boost the appearance of your eyes and skin is to use an eye cream with vitamin K. It has been determined that vitamin K aids in the function of blood-clotting proteins.
Without these proteins, you can bleed to death from a small cut. Studies have shown that the use of vitamin K eye creams leads to the improvement of dark under-eye circles, already shaving off years from your appearance. These are only a few of the many ways in which easy, hassle-free skincare and eye treatments can help you keep your appearance up and make you look even more youthful.
At Face to Face Beauty & Make-up Design School, established in 1965, we teach beauty professionals and private consumers from all walks of life how to utilise the latest skincare and eye treatments to help maintain a youthful and healthy, vibrant appearance. Our academic staff is thoroughly trained and of the highest calibre of professionals in South Africa, and everyone is up to date with the very latest techniques and skills in the beauty industry.
All our education and training qualifications are nationally registered with the South African Qualifications Authority, and are also internationally accredited. Our two main accredited training sites are located in Parktown, Johannesburg, and in Helderkruin, Roodepoort. We are proud of being South Africa’s longest established specialist training academy in beauty, make-up design and special effects.
Our team of seasoned professionals works hard to provide each student with the training and education that they need to take their careers to the next level. Contact us to learn more about our academy, and to book your spot in our next training intake.